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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 July 1956

FRIDAY, JULY ^ 1956 THE NAPLES MONITOR Daltcn By Miss Sue Knighton We had a good attendance at rhurch Sunday and enjoyed a good sermon. The revival will be- gin July 11 and last through July 23. Everyone is invited to come. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Baugh and Gary, Mr. Gray's brother, and Brother and Mrs. H. L. McNish visited Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Gre^ Sunday. Carrol Simmons and Earnest Baugh spent Sunday with Roger and Jimmy Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Clevis Cromer of Dallas were visitors iti the Thomas Ki ,r",*nn bomp over the week Hampton, over and Mrs. A. the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Smith and children of Detroit, Mich, arrived over the week end for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dee Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson and Mr. William Simmons visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellington Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Hicks and Mrs. Ola Dycus visited Mr. and Mrs. Norris Nash Monday. Mrs. Lillian Bell Vestal cele- brated 'her birthday July 3 with an ice cream party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Nash. - T...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 July 1956

, , J. V?-*v: •/> FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1956 THE NAPLES MONITOR k *" 4it farbocue Hot Tamales o take out or eat here. Plate lunches. Chicken, fried or barbe- cued, half for 85 cents. Also sold by thti pound. Plenty of cold drinks. Sandwiches,' Hot tamales every Friday and Saturday. Hazel Hiner. 39-c DON'T SCRATCH THAT ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES, If not pleased, your 40c back at any drug store. Try instant-drying ITCH- ME-NOT at any time of day or night to KILL germs ON CONTACT. Fine for eczema, ringworm, foot itch and other surface itches. Today at "* Wyninegar Pharmacy Fishing Season Is Here Large red wriggler fishing worms and night crawlers. Daniel's Feed Store. 45-tc w" m BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. fweeooocoooooooco' FOR SALE: Regular $125 hear- ing aid for only $75. Lowery's Drug Store. 49-ltc Dr. I. M. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE OPEN Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday - Friday - Saturday NOTICE ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 July 1956

y ■:M y-aSGmBM W- THE NAPLES MONITOR ' -;£r *' ' FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1956 Joe McCasland Announces Candidacy For District Attorney, 76th District TO THE VOTERS OF THE 76TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TEXAS I take this means of announcing to you for your most serious con- sideration, my candidacy for the office of District Attorney for the 76th Judicial District of Texas, a district composed of five counties namely: Marion, Morris, Camp, Titus and Franklin. My home is in Jefferson, Texas. I'm married and my wife and I have one daughter. I am 49 years of age, six feet in height, weigh 190 lbs. and am in perfect health. My faith is Methodist and has been since childhood. My frater- nal associations are Masonic, Con- sistory and the Shrine. I am a charter member of the Jefferson Lion's Club. There are two young and inex- perienced lawyers, running a- gainst ine in this race, but the people of this district need and want a qualified, seasoned and experienced trial lawyer for their district attorney....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 July 1956

I ■■MBWWI THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 6, 195* ications ANNOUNCING The completion ©f our 50 foot 50 ton Soil Bank 1 The soil bank acreage reserve agreeiteji/ss are now available for signing jounty ASC offices. Tli/. qlfl ris County agent's of- fice sf&j. they had been complet- ing the soil bank agreements since Monday of this week. The deadline for signing the a^ement for those who will par- ttWfte in the soil bank this year i Jtky 20. • SOUND - PROGRESSIVE ^ ^c*M4SKN0VV^ FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR , Slate ASC Chairman R. G. j Shauner of College Station warn- ed farmers against attempting to participate without signing the agreement and without checking the details ol the program with county ASC offices. Of particular concern in this area is the program for cotton and peanuts. The program does not apply to Virginia and Valencia type pea- nuts since they are in short sup- ply. For peanuts other than those two types, the farmer may earn payments by reducing his acreage below his a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 July 1956

I > .« S^- PPf THC NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY ^ 1956 PERSONAL - I Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Michael of Haynesville, La. spent last Thurs- day and Friday with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Watson and Martha Ray. Neil Leeves of Pittsburg visited with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Leeves, Wednesday through Sunday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Roberts of Shreveport visited last week with his mother, Mrs. N. M. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Moure Sr accompanied by M and Mrs. H. D. Moore Jr. of Carthage spent last week on the Gulf Coast vaca- tioning and deep sea fishing. They were house guests of her cousin, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Robison of Houston at their lodge located at Kemah. *• Mr. and Mrs. Andrew (Bud) Peurifoy and children of San Diego, Calif., were recent visitors here with relatives. Mrs. C. J. Wise and children returned home Sunday from a two weeks visit with relatives at Ponchatoula, La. They were ac- companied home by her mother and niece, Mrs. T. H. King and M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

«il Ai M r,* tapirs fHmttt NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 -w VOLUME 70 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1956 STORAGE SPACE NEEDED m . ?' r "W m ■MA K I If 00 life & mm Melons start arriving at the Naples shed. ft- Ranes Starts 42nd Year As Melon Buyer Marvin Ranes began his 42nd year as a watermelon buyer in Naples this year when the first load pulled up to the shed here. He began buying back in 1915 when he was first employed by the watermelon association. He's been at it every since either on his own or with someone el^e. Monitoring MAIN STREET Food for Thought — All news- paper offices, like most business- es, have a wastepaper basket and its use is an indispensible part of the operation of producing a paper . . Some editors refer to them as file 13 while others pre- fer a strictly trade name such as column 7, column 8, or whatever number is one more than the paper prints . . In other words, it goes into the waste basket . . Our own colu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1954 your County Extension Agents By R. J. Dean All livestock men are invited to attend a meeting and program on creep feeding of calves to be held at the L & W Farm Supply in Na- ples on Thursday, July 12, start- ing at 8:00 p. m. Creep feeding will pay every year and should be of more importance during the dry period which now exists. The program will include a dis- RADIO and TV Service • PROMPT and • DEPENDABLE TELEPHONE 97-J BOB WHITENER cussion of rations, including those utilizing all home grown feeds. Several formulas will be discuss- ed showing the feeds used and their efficiency in feeding to calves. Several prizes will be given during the meeting and re- freshments will be served. * * * The Charleston Gray variety of watermelons is showing no effects of Fusarium Wilt. In fields where Black Diamond variety is dying from the wilt disease, Charleston Gray shows no damage. In ship- ping, the Charleston Gray should be packed for shipment ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

A Gigantic Saving Opportunity - No Individual or Family Can Afford To Miss - The Time Is Right - The Bargains Are Ripe ■ Come Get Your Share THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1956 ; 'iffy f • S T 9 1 i Department Store Naples, Texas • -y~\ mtk- tH m a ■ - Opening Specials Friday 8:30 a. m. GIRLS DENIM SHORTS Regular $2.95 10 to 16 98c - $1.19 - $1.29 PONGEES U inches WIDE FRIDAY . MEN'S WESTERN STRAWS Odd Lot - $2.95 to $5.95 1.00 50c yd PRICE REDUCED- LARGE GROUP WOMEN'S SUMMER DRESSES 20x40 BATH TOWELS ♦ II m/rni MENS' 2.98 DRESS SHIRTS 1.99 MENS' 3.95 WASH & WEAR PANTS 6.83 f|||| BOYS' 1.19 BOXER SHORTS . . . . 50c |||^ MENS' 1.50 STRETCH BELTS 98c flf^ v!l 3 Only MENS' SPORT COATS 36 — 40 — 42 29.95 Vaiue. TWEED MIXTURES 19.95 GROUP MENS' SUMMER OXFORDS Broken Sizes — Out They Go 5.00 / * • ALL MENS' SUITS MUST GO! ! 2 Only Mens' 65.00 Tropical Suits 40 reg., 43 long — To Sell At 44.95 Mens' 65.00 Blue Suits, Wool 49.50 Mens' Gray Flannel Suits Botany — 65.00 Values — NOW ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

?sw >: ^."^5 TMI NAPLES MONITOR sp^jpPSSgj FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1956 j r■ ■ 4 ?■■>}?; 4'*>• fjj ':P s MppaM^ni ■' 'sv' * «f ' '$ T f BBir'- ' WtvV*1' Bp * P# ". 8, ' P f .' I ■ Simmons For Congress Population growth in Texas Congressional Districts and young, vigorous Congressmen are insep- arable according to census bureau figures, Kenneth W. Simmons, candidate for Congress, revealed today. Simmons, whose helicopter tour will take him throughout the First Congressional District in a month long stump speaking campaign, explained that this was especially Jrue in the First Congressional District. "Of the 21 Congressional Dis- tricts in Texas, only three have recorded population declines in the last ten years." the young Avinger candidate said. "And these decreases, according to the census bureau of figures, have oc- curred in districts where the con- gressmen have been in office for years and years." "The First Congressional Dis- trict is one of these three," Sim- mons emphasized...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

■■ Cornett dk i y Mi:;, Daisy Heard JKr The h'cv. James Knight filled t tin pulpit Sunday at 11 o'clock. He read the scripture from John 13:31-35. The sermon title was "A Successful Christian". There was a splendid attend- ance t— some over a hundred present. We welcome all to at- tend church. We need you in Sun- day School. Please come. Miss Barbara Hampton has been in Steed's Clinic for several ™t§' V ■ ■ I ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■K the Inez THEATRE PRESENTS On Wide Screen FRIDAY and SATURDAY THE CREATURE WALKS AMONG US Jeff Morrow Leigh Snowden PREVIEW THE PRICE OF FEAR Merle Oberon Lex Barker —•— SUNDAY and MONDAY ANYTHING GOES Bing Crosby Donald O'Connor Mitzi Gaynor Jeanmaire Phil Harris —•— TUESDAY ANIMAL WORLD "MONEY NIGHT" $25.00 Given Away —• — THE HARDER THEY FALL Jan Sterling Rod Steiger —• — ADMISSION: 40c Adults 15c Children 30c Balcony — •— OPEN Saturday 2 p. m. Sunday 2 p. m. Week Days 6 p. m. days with a throat irtfaction. We wish for her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Donald...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

1 Wm THE NAPLSS MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1956 Daltcn By Sue Knighton Church attendance was good Sunday. The revival will begin July 11. Night services will be until Sun- day night. Then the day and night services will begin. Everyone is invited. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson and Mr. William Simmons were Elder and Mrs. H. L. McNish and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellington and sons. Elder and Mrs. H. L. McNish visited Mrs. Belle Wommack, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Nash and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kingston Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ellington spent the 4th of July with his son, Mr. Frank Ellington and Mrs. El- lington and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellington and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Grey and Virginia, and Charles Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson the night of July 4. All enjoyed homemade ice cream. Virginia Franklin spent Sunday with Pearly J. Hicks. Nancy Thomas spent last week with Sandra and Linda Williams of Daingerfield. Mrs. B. T. Baugh, Earnest and Gar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

X THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1956 Travelers Club PERSONAL Plans Trip To Dallas In August Mrs. Flay Mathews spent Sun day at Daingerfield with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Connor. Mrs. O. I. Fink spent last week at Greenville with her daughter and family, Mr .and Mrs. Waymon Ten brook and son. The Naples Travelers Club, a FOR RENT: Three room apart- ment and two bedrooms. Mrs. A. Davis. 50-tc Barbecue Hot Tamales To take out or eat here. Plate lunches. Chicken, fried or barbe- cued, half for 85 cents. Also sold by the pound. Plenty of cold drinks. Sandwiches. Hot tamales every Friday and Saturday. Hazel Hiner. 39-C / ■v 81 DONT SCRATCH THAT ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES, If not pleased, your 40c back >t any dru* stora. Try ins taut-drying ITCH. ME-NOT at any time of day or Might to KILL germs ON CONTACT. Fine for eczema, ringworm.^ foot itch aod other surface Wyninegar Pharmacy FOR RENT: Six room house, close' in, reasonable, suitable for two families. Three rooms on each...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1956 p.; I 'Th: f. E Finest in BERRY Concrete Products' F. E. Berry located at 1015 N. Washington in Ml. Pleasant are producers of Featherlite, the fin- est in concrete blocks. This firm's products meet the specifications of Architects and builders throughout the country as a whole. Their blocks are in great demand by all in the trade that have used them, and are be- ing used in every type of con- struction where permanency is foremost. The public as a whole has found this to be the cheapest construc- tion they can use and this firm has met the demands of all the critics with many beautiful struc- tures built with the concrete oiock. | This well .known firm has in- stalled the latest in modern equip- ment. They will gladly furnish you ideas on how to construct your farm buildings or storage bins as well as homes and com- mercial buildings. We are pleased to compliment this firm on the progressive policy they have followed in the com- pany nymageme...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1954 THE NAPLES MONITOR Marietta By Mrs. R. L. Harris The. W.M.U. held its regular Tuesday at the church. Summer revival begins on FridlflT evening, July 13th. Cottage prayer meetings have been held all week. On Monday evening, the meeting was held in the home of r. and Mrs. T. E. Wommack On pday it was in the J. T. Robin- home, regular prayer meet- ing was held at the church on Wednesday, and on Thursday evening it was held at the par- sonage. The Rev. Monroe of New Boston will do the preaching dur- ing the revival. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Wommack and daughters of San Angelo vis- ited in the R. J. Wommack home several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wommack and family of Jefferson visited with the Woinmacks one evening. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Henson Jr. and son are vacationing in Minneapolis, Minn, with Mr. Hen- son's sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Barnes and family of Houston have been vis- iting in the Lewis Barnes home. Miss Clara Hunnicutt of Dallas spent the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

Douglassville THE NAPLES MONITOR By Mrs. B. W. Swint The revival began at the Bap- tist Church this Sunday morning. Services will be held this week each evening at 8 p.m. You are invited to attend these services. The homecoming this Sunday Richard Hall GROCERY At the old Save-A-Dime Store ,, We Give ! American Red Stamps $ Pork and Beans Picnic, Can 9c BLUE Cheer, Ige. _ _ 27c —•— SMOKED Jowl, lb 19c | —•— SLAB Bacon, lb 43c —•— Vienna Sausage Fiesta, Can 9c —•— ™ IMPERIAL | Sugar, 10 lb _ 93c Loin Steak, lb 49c Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dal by and children of Daingerfield, Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Thornton and children of Dallas, Mr. ancL'Mrs Bill Martin of DaingerfielaV Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Corley or** fcst GUESTS WITH HAMPTONS ON 4TH OF JULY FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1956 morning was a grand success, es- pecially at the noon hour. The Kev. Geddy was the only visiting pastor present. The other guests missed the bountiful spread at noon. The delicious barbecue, cakes,-"pies and drinks, salads and...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

y: ■s'■ • vr,: ■ :■• : .T >W MIMMIft," i'" " :- THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1956 CAMPBELL MATTRESS FACTORY g "Furniture Upholstering — Antiques Campbell Mattress Factor^ fair and their reputation for turn- ing out satisfactory work has trav- at the overpass on Hwy 67 Pleasant offer a complete in Mattress renovating and custJSn made mattress, both inner spring and box springs are fea- tured. This company is well equipped do an expert job on your mat- the shortest time. You cSn save the jjrice of a new mat- tress and yet your old one will be as good as new. Their prices are eled far. The Campbell Mattress Factory has been serving this community for many years and it will pay you to have a talk with one of their representatives before you have any renovating done. You will certainly be glad you did. This modern firm has all the latest machinery with which to turn out quality work at the most reasonable prices, and they know that a satisfied customer means more customers for ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 July 1956

PVvW#i *1 ■' S'- .fliS ' ' iBfeWPPl THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1956 PERSONAL Mrs. Vina Ilurton of Houston is a guest with her sister, Mrs. L. L. Truitt and Mr. Truitt. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Truitt, Mrs. Baldy Davis, Norma Jane and Jimmie, Miss Etta Taylor of Rocky Branch, and Mrs. Vina Horton of Houston visited relatives at Tex- arkana and Hope, Ark. Tuesday. SALE on all Summer Merchandise DRESSES HATS BAGS shorty pajamas play clothes also CHILDREN'S CLOTHES norma's dress shop Phono 125-W Douglas and Tom Wise went to Marshall Sunday to spend two weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wise. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McNatt and Patsy, Mr .and Mrs. Jake Estridge, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Royce Martin and Ken- neth attended a barbecue at Lone Star Ordnance plant on the 4th of July. Mrs. Bessie Watson of Idabel, Okla. is the house guest of Mr. and Robert Berry. She is a niece of Mr. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Roberts and children of Fort Worth visited Monday nigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 July 1956

.iiaasitjh*A *mm\ -rvr- ■ ■ ■ r A' 1' ' 1 v.- fP ^ Q* ' 7 •V: * Naples o VOLUME 70 NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1884 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY,TEXV FRIDAY, JUCY 20, 1956 mMW- MM i' <***?>■ !K PIf1 'immM 9M V y' H Jeanne Ruth Falls •' •' g 11 * I g Carol Ann Knight W I :&> ••••• . -.. '*••• ET^i*: - pp* NUMBER 51 Festival, Rodeo Starts Next Week I '; "j f Monitoring MAIN STREET See How They Run — Politics is in the air, finally . . With the election a little more than a week away, people are beginning to warm up to the races . . The governor's race, as it does a good share tof i.he time, is generating the most interest . . So this week we borrow from The Texas Obser- ver, a liberal Democrat publica- tion at Austin, for their impres- sion of how the governor's race was going a few days ago: Price Daniel is running third His personality has not come through to the voters and his followers have done little on his behalf . . But there is little doubt that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 July 1956

1 I I ' Marietta THE NAPLES MONITOR By Mrs R. L. Harris The regular meeting of the W.M.U. on July 10th was for stewardship and business. A pray- er by Mrs. June Foster followed the opening song. Mrs. Audrey Smith, program chairman, read the devotional from Luke 14:7-13. Alter a short business meeting, the meeting closed with prayer. The revival services conducted by the Rev. Monroe are continu- ing this week at 10 o'clock in the FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1956 available office. county agent s the Inez THEATRE PRESENTS On Wide Screen FRIDAY and SATURDAY '• ... COMANCHE Dana Andrews Linda Cristal —•— ; , PREVIEW THE WAY OUT Gene Nelson Mona Freeman — •— SUNDAY and MONDAY THE BIRDS AND THE BEES Gec-rge Gobel Mitzi Gaynor TUESDAY THE YEARLING Gregory Peck Jane Wyman 'MONEY NIGHT" $25.00 Given Away —• — MIRACLE IN THE RAIN Jane Wyman Van Johnson — •— ADMISSION: 40c Adults 15c Child: en 30c Balcony — •— OPEN Saturday 2 p. Sunday 2 p. Week Days 6 p. morning and at 8 o'clock in the evening. Prayer se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 July 1956

•L. w^mmv Douglassville ■I / By Mrs. B. W. Swint The revival closed at the Bap- tist Church tttip Sunday evening with several additions to the church. The Rev. Mathews of Ft, Worth was the guest evangelist. He brought some wonderful mess- ages:. to a good crowd each eve- ning. We hope he comes our way again soon. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stone of Chicago, 111. were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Swint last week. Mrs. Leslie Griffin of Wills Foint, Tommy and Emily, were Sunday guests with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morris. They were present at Sunday School. There were several other relatives and friends present at Sunday School Sunday. Emily is having her vacation in Omaha this week. She is visiting in Mr. and Mrs. Moore's home. Wilks Junior Swint, Chuckie and Bill of Edinburg arrived Fri- day evening for a visit with his parents, the B. W Swints. They also attalided Sunday School Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lanier of Kingsvillo visited relatives and friends here last we...

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